Speaker Profile

Laetitia Moncarz

Head of Corporates & NBFI, Asia Pacific

Laetitia Moncarz is leading the Corporates and NBFI team for Asia Pacific Region. Prior to this role, Laetitia was a Director for Payments Markets for Asia Pacific countries. Laetitia leads for the region on SWIFT’s strategic initiatives such as SWIFT gpi and Renminbi Internationalisation. Her main focus is on Transaction Banking.

Laetitia has undertaken various positions in the banking and consulting industries. Prior to joining SWIFT, she was the Head of Correspondent Banking for Asia Pacific at BNP Paribas.

Before moving to Singapore 13 years ago, Laetitia was a consultant at KPMG and Atos Consulting in Paris where she was handling organisation and finance projects for the Public sector and government entities.


SWIFT is a global member owned cooperative and the world’s leading provider of secure financial messaging services. We provide our community with a platform for messaging and standards for communicating, and we offer products and services to facilitate access and integration, identification, analysis and regulatory compliance.

Our messaging platform, products and services connect more than 11,000 banking and securities organisations, market infrastructures and corporate customers in more than 200 countries and territories. While SWIFT does not hold funds or manage accounts on behalf of customers, we enable our global community of users to communicate securely, exchanging standardised financial messages in a reliable way, thereby supporting global and local financial flows, as well as trade and commerce all around the world.

As their trusted provider, we relentlessly pursue operational excellence; we support our community in addressing cyber threats; and we continually seek ways to lower costs, reduce risks and eliminate operational inefficiencies. Our products and services support our community’s access and integration, business intelligence, reference data and financial crime compliance needs. SWIFT also brings the financial community together – at global, regional and local levels – to shape market practice, define standards and debate issues of mutual interest or concern. SWIFT’s strategic five year plan, SWIFT2020, challenges SWIFT to continue investing in the security, reliability and growth of its core messaging platform, while making additional investments in existing services and delivering new and innovative solutions.


Headquartered in Belgium, SWIFT’s international governance and oversight reinforces the neutral, global character of its cooperative structure. SWIFT’s global office network ensures an active presence in all the major financial centres.